Call me crazy, but I actually like the Cowboy's pick of Ezekiel Elliot a lot. IMO he's one of the best RB prospects since AP. But the bottom line is if he's as dynamic and effective as he should be, Romo's chances of getting injured much less hit are significantly decreased. Plus if Romo does get injured, Moore (or if they draft a QB) will have much less weight on their shoulders coming off the bench.
Needs to become a more reliable three-point shooter
Often more worried about trying to draw contact than finishing
Not a great isolation player
Lacks NBA-level athleticism
Summary: Jimmy Butler will not wow you with any certain area of his game, but he does a little bit of everything to help his team on the floor. He likely will end up going undrafted, but might be selected late in the second round if a team feels his versatility, especially on the defensive end, can earn him a roster spot.
Player Comparison: Maurice Evans. A journey man throughout his NBA career, Evans is known for his intangibles and ability to defend more than anything else. Butler will have to follow a similar path if he is going to find a home at the next level since he is not a huge offensive threat.